Atlanta – Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the world’s largest international trade show and educational conference dedicated to digital displays, interactive technology and digital communications networks, announced today that Jonathan Brawn, Principal and Co-owner of Brawn Consulting will present a session at DSE 2017 entitled, “Understanding the Parts of a Digital Signage Network.”
This general conference session is part the Digital Signage Fundamentals Seminar Program at DSE 2017 designed specifically for End Users, AV Professionals, Systems Integrators or anyone considering creating a digital communications network.
To be presented Wednesday, March 29 at 9 a.m., this session is designed to help attendees understand the basics of digital signage system design, all of the components that go into a system, and how each element operates and interacts, as well as the vocabulary commonly used to describe each component.
DSE Advisory Board members considered the option of outsourcing versus operating and managing a digital network in-house and suggested:
“As with most business decisions, the decision fundamentally comes down to money. Identifying and understanding all of the moving parts and complexities of operating and maintaining a viable digital media network is imperative.”
Adrian Weidmann, Founder & Principal, StoreStream Metrics
“Culture and staff governance drive the operations sourcing decision. Organizations that prefer to operate core operational systems in-house and want to contain operations within their own walls as much as possible will be comfortable with internal operations.”
Lyle Bunn, Advisory, Analyst & Educator, The BUNN Company
To read more about why other DSE Advisory Board members feel this to be an important topic, see https://www.digitalsignageconnection.com/ask-the-board-in-house-or-outsourced
Registration for DSE’s Wednesday Fundamentals session “Understanding the Parts of a Digital Signage Network,” or any of the DSE 2017 educational conference seminars, which are sponsored by BroadSign International and are eligible for Digital Signage Expert Group (DSEG) certification renewal credits, is available online at www.dse2017.com.
Mark your calendar now: DSE® 2017 is scheduled for March 28-31, 2017, with access to the Exhibit Hall March 29-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. To reserve exhibit space contact Andrea Varrone at (770) 817-5905. For more information, visit www.dse2017.com
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DSE, produced by Exponation LLC, is co-located with the Digital Content Show, and will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center March 28-31, 2017 with access to the Exhibit Hall March 29-30. DSE is the world’s largest and longest-running conference and trade show exclusively dedicated to showcasing innovative digital communications and interactive technology solutions for customer- and employee-facing organizations. Launched in 2004, DSE was the first event for the digital signage market and has been a significant contributor to the growth of this fast-paced industry. Professional end-user attendance represents decision-makers from key industry categories such as retail, restaurant, healthcare, education, hospitality and transportation, as well as other key stakeholders, including advertising executives, brand marketers and systems integrators.
More than 200 exhibitors feature technology and services including hardware, software, network, delivery and content from around the globe. DSE also offers the largest and most diversified digital signage and digital out-of-home educational program anywhere in the world, with more than 125 educators and the largest variety of educational opportunities, including a live installation tour and structured curriculum leading to professional recertification in eight educational tracks. The 2017 program will be comprised of 12 pre- and post-show educational events, 40 general conference seminars, including a specialized keynote presentation for each educational track, as well as targeted 42 industry roundtable discussion groups and 28 free presentations staged in on-floor theaters.